When these girl scouts come to your door, you don't want to find out what they are packing inside their cookie boxes.

The group of Hezbollah al-Mahdi scouts showed what it takes to earn a merit badge in jihad, as they take part in Al-Quds Day celebrations, which included rappelling down the face of an 11-story building near Beirut, Lebanon.

One of the girls was a 3-year-old named Zahra, who was spotted sporting a bandana. No, it didn't say "Death to America." It read "Jerusalem -- God Promised Freedom."

The anti-Israel al-Quds Day holiday was established in 1979 in Iran to protest Israel and express solidarity with the Palestinians.

The celebration in Beirut comes as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas meet in Washington for peace talks led by President Obama.